Jul 19th 2010 9:43AM It depends on if you are enjoying yourself playing 40 hours a week I guess. If you are, then sure it's worth it, but I just honestly can't see how anyone could have the time to clock in so many hours and not be neglecting something IRL.
I go to school full time and work 10 to 20 hours a week. On top of that there's housework and homework to be done, a girlfriend to spend time with, and lots of other things I'd also really like to do with my spare time. It's a rare week where I can clock in more than 10 to 15 hours!
Jul 7th 2010 1:28AM I wonder why they don't just let the forum display all the users characters instead of just the one you are posting from. Most trolls seem to be posting from low level alts anyway, likely because they don't want the troll stigma connected to characters they actually play.
I reckon that would help on the tone in the blizzard fora while still letting people retain a level of anonymity.
Apr 8th 2010 3:21AM I wonder if Leap of Faith will allow us priests to intercept our team's flag carrier in Warsong Gulch. That would be pretty awesome.
Apr 7th 2010 8:53AM I voted Hunters. Not only is focus replacing mana, but I remember to have read somewhere that a lot of the situational abilities (my guess would be abilities like Wing Clip) are on the way out too.
Mar 7th 2010 10:30AM I'd really like to bring some of the leaders/heroes of the old Horde into the new Horde.
When Burning Crusade came out, the Alliance players were reunited with Khadgar, Trollbane, and Kurdran Wildhammer and Alleria Windrunner and Turalyon were conveniently kept out of sight and will probably resurface at some point in the future.
All the old school horde characters on the other hand, are either dead or fel orcs... Don't get me wrong, I absolutely love some of the newer Horde characters like Thrall, Rexxar and Saurfang, but I'd still love to see an old school hero like Kargath Bladefist or Killrog Deadeye fight alongside the new Horde.
Mar 5th 2010 11:24AM I will never spam "go go go" and other such encouragements to rushing through an instance when I'm in a PUG.
Dec 20th 2009 12:12PM I actually wanted to play WoW before it even came out, and I even knew what kind of character I'd make right off the bat (troll hunter), but I kept putting it off because I had my doubts about paying monthly subscriptions and because I didn't know whether or not the computer I had at the time would be able to run it. It wasn't before January 2006 when a colleague of mine started the game and talked me into starting as well, that I finally gave it a go.
Sad thing is that my colleague was a dwarf hunter, and I had already made my mind up about being a troll hunter. So instead of playing with my colleague and his friends, I ended up playing all by myself haha. I lost interest after a couple of months, but during the summer of 2006 when a couple of my friends started the game, I got back into it and I haven't looked back since.
Nov 30th 2009 3:02AM I play troll males almost exclusively and I have done so since I got the game. My first character was a male troll hunter and my current main is a male troll priest. Not only do I love the way they look (lean, mean and dangerous) I also really love their idle animations.
Nov 28th 2009 12:35AM I will quit WoW the day I no longer consider it any fun. I don't see that day coming any time soon though. Sure Blizzard sometimes does something with the game that annoys me a little, but when that happens, I always find that there's something else I could be doing instead.
For example, I don't like Arena PVP. I never have and I never will. Does it bother me that arena right now is the only way to acquire the best PVP gear? Of course it does. Does it bother me so much that I'd actually quit the game because of it? Absolutely not.
Nov 26th 2009 8:49AM I'm thankful for the Pilgrim's Bounty cooking skill boost. I literally went from 1 to 350 in less than 2 hours and for less than 1g. Thanks for that Blizzard.